Michael Fassbender Explains how Assassin's Creed is Different from Star Wars!

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Michael Fassbender explains how Assassin's Creed differs from Star Wars movies!

Over the last five years or so, Michael Fassbender has cemented his position as a Hollywood A-lister with his performances in critically acclaimed movies such as Twelve Years a Slave, Macbeth, and Steve Jobs. He has also proved himself as a valuable asset in tentpole movies that include the X-Men film series and the Alien prequel series.

In less than a month, moviegoers will see the British actor in another big-budget venture, the film adaptation of the popular video game franchise Assassin's Creed. In the movie, Fassbender is portraying two original characters – Callum Lynch and his Assassin ancestor from 15th century Spain, Aguilar de Nerha.

As part of the movie's promotion, the 39-year-old actor recently sat down to talk with Empire. During the brief interview, he explained how Assassin's Creed differs from the Star Wars movies:

It's not like Star Wars, where you've got the light side and the dark side. This is very ambiguous morally. Both of these parties – the Templars and the Assassins – are hypocritical at certain points. There are not clear-cut good and bad characters. I think it's a little more provocative for an audience to see that. You know, "Should I be feeling that? Should I be backing this character?" That's always fun.

The outlet has also released a new image from Assassin's Creed, featuring Michael Fassbender as Aguilar de Nerha. You can check it out below!

New image from Assassin's Creed

New image from Assassin's Creed (Photo Credit – Empire)

Not a single video-game-based movie to date has managed to be indisputably impressive, but the upcoming Justin Kurzel flick could be the first one…at least, that's how promising it seems from this latest TV spot!

https://youtu.be/eWS2oF2_7bQ

A new poster for Assassin's Creed was launched a couple of days ago. Check it out below!

Recently released poster for Assassin's Creed

Recently released poster for Assassin's Creed (Photo Credit – 20th Century Fox)

Assassin's Creed rolls into theaters on December 21, 2016 – share your excitement and thoughts about the movie via comments!

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